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Immune Rebuild

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Immune Rebuild contains 5 different lactic acid bacteria, a total of 3 billion lactic acid bacteria in one tablet, and vitamin C that supports the normal function of immune defence and helps reduce fatigue.

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Description

Immune Rebuild contains 5 different lactic acid bacteria, a total of 3 billion lactic acid bacteria in one tablet, and vitamin C that supports the normal function of immune defence and helps reduce fatigue. Immune Rebuild is specifically designed to restore your microbiome during and after a course of antibiotics. Suitable for daily use.

  • Vegetarian Approved
  • Gluten-Free
  • Halal Approved
  • Free from Preservatives
  • Pineapple Yogurt Flavour Tablet
  • Peanut & Soya Free
  • Overview
  • Benefits

Overview

Antibiotic treatments may cause short and long-term imbalance of the intestinal bacteria. This can lead to a long period of weakened immune system, diarrhoea and impaired digestion until the bacterial balance is restored. Kinerva Immune Rebuild contains 5 different lactic acid bacteria, a total of 3 billion lactic acid bacteria in one tablet, and vitamin C that supports the normal function of immune defence and helps reduce fatigue. Kinerva lactic acid bacteria are protected by a unique double film that allows bacteria to survive up to 100 times better than unprotected bacteria. The patented double film protects against external influences, leading to a larger number of live Kinerva lactic acid bacteria entering the body. 

Benefits

Lactic acid bacteria are live organisms that improve the microbial balance of a person. Administering lactic acid bacteria in conjunction with antibiotic treatment in children and adult patients is proven to be highly beneficial. Lactic acid bacteria enhances the gut mucosal barrier function to favour competitive exclusion of potentially pathogenic bacterial species. This proliferates amongst commensal bacteria and positively affects the patient’s immune response. Furthermore, lactic acid bacteria have been shown to significantly reduce C. difficile associated diarrhoea.